Words and Pictures by Grant Snider
Your artistic wit is fantastic =)
A great one. What's the glyph on the "standard of living" throttle? I've seen it somewhere but I can't make the connection. Clearly something as far above "prince" as "prince" is above "pauper". Godlike, perhaps?
Henebry, that is the symbol which the rock guitarist "Prince" once used as his name (thus spawning a generation of "The Artist Formerly Known As Prince" jokes)
Something's wrong here. I keep getting the same answer.
Yes you're right. Art is everywhere.Thanks for having such a nice look to my works.I like your blog a lot. I hope I could work in comics someday because I love it but it seems too hard for me.
I think one can choose a career, but one can never choose a calling. It's as part of you as your limbs, your mind, and your heart. As cliche as that sounds, I think this is why most people can't find themselves in the work they or their careers. Some people successfully married both career and calling (such as yourself). It all depends.
Hahaha the only choices for intellect are normal or annoying. That is pure genius my friend haha love it. Also the final result of the non existent perfect job totally reminds of how my dream job is to be a writer for Rolling Stone magazine from '67 til like '82.
Haven: Thank you!Henebry: Prince indeed has godlike qualities.Anonymous: I am a product of that generation.Leila: I agree completely.Jean: Your dream job could happen with a time machine. I drew a comic about that a while back.
I like how the machine looks all terrain and emits bubbles. They're obviously crucial to figuring out your career.
It should say: Your ideal job exists but is now in China. You could move..
I swear my ideal job exists somewhere! Love it all.
Hey.....Thats the same job I got too! It's crazy how small this world is right?JKLove your masterpieces!-S (=
omg if only!
First time here. Absolutely brilliant!
I've liked Nature's clipping path.
Such a cool stuff! Like it!
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